AL-AKHBAR

APRIL 30 / RAAFAT MAJZOUB

Raafat Majzoub juxtaposes destiny on flesh through the printed future on the body of Al- Akhbar's pages 12 and 13. The readers are invited to scan the QR codes taking them to two videos suggesting the transformation of the newspaper when one follows the folding suggested by the dots

MAY 28 / GILBERT HAGE

Gilbert Hage intervenes with a staged photograph that references the most censored artwork of all times by Gustave Courbet. The path of the artwork says a lot about the mechanisms of self-censorship that maintain a necessary balance between prohibition and transgression, erotic pulses and social control.

JUNE 25 / NADA SEHNAOUI

Nada Sehnaoui intervenes by drowning the last page of Al-Akhbar newspaper under red paint. The only identifiable word is “kellon” that is repeated between the lines and refers to the popular manifestations of August 2015 ignited due to the garbage crisis in Lebanon. “All of them” is the only answer available to a country in deadlock because of its political elite summoned to resign. All of them. Without any exception.